The Reason Michael Cohen Is A Sleaze-ball Now

The reason Michael Cohen seems unworthy, unbecoming, and uninteresting to the status quo is because he no longer serves a purpose or simply he got caught. Axios has provided a few excerpts of what the Republican leadership or Council of Whiteness has considered and contemplated about this fiasco.

Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.): “Jesus loves [Michael Cohen], but everybody else thinks he’s an idiot. He’s obviously a sleaze-oid grifter. And if I were a prosecutor, I wouldn’t base a prosecution on evidence given to me by Mr. Cohen. … Campaign Finance Act violations are, generally, civil matters.”

Jesus loves Michael Cohen?!?!?!?

🤔 Oh because Jesus died for his sins (as in paying for the sins of others that betray him)…Oh I get it, I get it now. And so you guys are like the court in Herod where Cohen is believed to be making what appears to you guys as false claims about the king — Trump in this story. Since Cohen’s tricking failed to make Stormy Daniels and Karen MacDougal disappear like magic they decide that he really ain’t a threat anyway and left it to the court of New York to decide his fate. In the meantime you will keep mocking Cohen and his attempts to bring down Trump, because as Sen. Hatch puts it…

Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah): “I don’t think he was involved in crimes. But even then, you know, you can make anything a crime under the current laws if you want to. You can blow it way out of proportion. … The Democrats will do anything to hurt this president.” When CNN’s Manu Raju informed Hatch that it was federal prosecutors who had implicated Trump in a crime, not Democrats, Hatch replied: “OK, but I don’t care. All I can say is he’s doing a good job as president.”

Really?! ‘you can make anything a crime under the current laws if you want to’,

Really, I have been thinking the very same exact thing about that too. By the way that pic there..any time I see this I want to yell out…Bitch that ain’t even your house!. But I digress. And I have no further comment for Sen. Hatch.

Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.): “I think what [the Cohen guilty plea] shows is that if the president hires an attorney to solve a problem, he expects them to do it in legal manner. … If an impeachable offense is a campaign finance problem, there’s a lot of members of Congress who would have to leave. … We’ve investigated this for a long period of time. Both sides have come up with nothing in the process. I think we should put the American people first.”

So in other words we should just forget about this and move on, unlike how we couldn’t get past Clinton, President William H. Clinton that is.

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa): “As long as Cohen’s a liar, I shouldn’t give much credibility to what he says.”

Yes, and so Michael Cohen is also Jewish so Grassley will double down on that.

Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.): “I think at this point we have an incomplete picture, and I think at this point the president … has denied some of these allegations that have been made. Michael Cohen obviously has plenty of incentive now to cooperate and the representations that he makes, I think you have to, you know — there are going to be some questions raised about those as well. So I guess my view is that, let’s wait.”

You mean let’s hold off on the crucifixion, I mean impeachment of Donald Trump.

With all of these responses I get the sense that Trump can do no wrong and likewise has done no wrong and so the Democrats who are acting like a bunch of modern day Romans calling for Trump’s crucifixion is just that according to the Republican leadership.

Luke’s Gospel of The Christology of innocence

In 23:41 one of the two thieves crucified next to Jesus also states Jesus’ innocence, while in 23:47 the Roman centurion says: “Certainly this was a righteous man.”[10][9] The centurion’s characterization illustrates the Christological focus of Luke on innocence (which started in the courts of Pilate and Herod), in contrast to Matthew 27:54 and Mark 15:39 in which the centurion states: “Truly this man was the Son of God”, emphasizing Jesus’ divinity.[10]

You know what Cohen is saying now…

Yes darkness or more like avarice.

Michael Cohen’s Jewishness is now an unspoken factor behind his precipitous drop in social capital and his excommunication from the upper hierarchies of the racial social stratification here in the U.S.

Some might view this with Jewish fragility as seen in the Times of Israel publication…

Some seem rather fearful of having their unsolicited premium subscription to whiteness cancelled. I suggest they cancel it on their own and join humanity. However, it seems the coupons that come with the periodical has its benefits. One such benefit is seen here as reported by the NYTimes.

Offered to help prosecutors, but only on his terms? WTF?!? What else does this subscription offer? That sound like someone pulling out the proverbial race card — Whiteness Expressed.

NYTImes

It’s interesting how these idiotic sleaze-ball minds think alike.

By the way Trump would not have favored Cohen as a competent attorney if he did not present him with an unabashed loyalty to his narcissistically malignant cause.

In 2011, Cohen told ABC that he would go to the mat for Trump. “It means that if somebody does something Mr. Trump doesn’t like, I do everything in my power to resolve it to Mr. Trump’s benefit,” he said. “If you do something wrong, I’m going to come at you, grab you by the neck and I’m not going to let you go until I’m finished.”

Fast Forward has some other interesting news…

Arch-conservative pundit Ann Coulter is fingering Jews as a key part of a liberal “hate white men” coalition that she claims runs the Democratic Party.

The right-wing talking head posited that Jews and other Democratic voting blocs like LGBT people and black women actually despise one another — but unite around an implicit shared hatred for white men.

Fast Forward’ s Alyssa Fisher was quick to point out that…

Coulter didn’t explain how Jewish men would fit into her paradigm, since many of them consider themselves to be white men.

Someone should tell Ann Coulter and the rest of the America First congregation of whiteness that Trump is not the second coming of Jesus Christ.

I say some things because white people be saying and doing some dumb things.

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